Simple, secure wired and wireless performance
A converged Wi-Fi, switching and IoT network that bridges IT and OT? Yes. Only from CommScope.
Wi-Fi 6 and multi-gigabit switches to handle your coming capacity crunch—or the one that already arrived? You’ll find them here.
An enterprise or managed network that just works? You’ve come to the right place.
RUCKUS outperforms others in an independently-validated Wi-Fi stress test.
Features and Benefits
A single dashboard for visibility, management and troubleshooting, with no extra network elements required
Built for IoT
IoT and enterprise networks deployed as one, secured separately, and open for integration with the world of IoT solutions
Wi-Fi and beyond
From Wi-Fi 6 to BLE, Zigbee and CBRS LTE, meet the most demanding user expectations and application requirements, indoors and out.
Cloud how you need it
From cloud-managed simplicity to private cloud efficiency to build-your-own cloud.
Step-by-step Guide: CPI Training for CBRS Course Enrollment & CPI CertificationCourse Enrollment & CPI Certification Guide
Case Study: Mamba Cement, South AfricaCommScope RUCKUS® Wi-Fi and switches give Mamba Cement the strongest foundation for innovation
Infographic: A Day in the Life of a Network AdministratorThis infographic shows the differences in the life of a network administrator before and after using RUCKUS® Analytics.
Infographic: Five Ways Advanced Network Analytics Makes Life Easier for IT TeamsInfographic covering how network analytics helps IT be more efficient.
Infographic: Five Things to Look for in a Network Assurance toolThis infographic discusses attributes that prospective customers should look for in a network assurance tool.
White Paper: Re-Architecting Enterprise Networks With High-performance Stackable SwitchesFixed form factor switches, often referred to as “pizza boxes” or “stackables”, offer some compelling advantages over their chassis-based counterparts which have not been evolving at the same pace. A stackable solution offers true pay-as-you-grow economics not just in terms of acquisition costs but also ongoing support and power consumption resulting in a significantly lower Total Cost of Ownership.